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VideoLost: White Poodle mix, F.M. 539 and Hwy. 87, Sutherland Springs area, needs medicine. Reward. Call 210-789-0118.
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July 14, 2011 8:17am
OAD, Dream on Baby. I have forgotten more than YOU will ever know. The trouble with you liberals (and yyes you are a liberal...very evident from your comments) is that you have no sense of humor. Sorry, you can't partake in a little light jesting at the expense of small towns. I have lived in several small towns including the one I grew up in in Wilson County that has a population of about 150. And, I have lived in very large cities. I have matriculated in several universities and been enlightened by nobel laureats. And, I am pleased that you chose Floresville as your final resting place. I attended 12 years of public education at FISD...And, my family has resided in Wilson County since 1876, so I am much more qualified than you to be able to understand small towns and large ones too. I found that terrorism resides to a greater degree in small towns because of the smaller numbers that eventually draw attention to oddities. I was an oddity because I was very quiet, actually kind of nerdy. I was not into tractors, and castrating pigs, and working on engines. I was a much more sensitive goofball. Small towns like Floresville prey on those type personalities. Bullies and others that don't understand sensitive personalities see themselves as vastly superior and make a game out of torment. Yes, I never felt at ease or at peace in Floresville. Do you have any notion how it feels to get up in the morning and dread the dead having to deal with the type people you will run into in public schools in Floresville Schools? Of course you don't...you probably enjoyed picking your nose, making fart noises with your arm pits and scratching your private parts in public. Why should I reflect kindly on a place that was a nightmare for me?
Oh yes, I understand small towns very well. And, the light hazing I gave was extremely mild and slightly amusing (at least to me).

Obviously being old has not improved your mental health or increased your abilities at gathering wisdom.
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